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Bang Bang Boom Boom

Beth Hart

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Beth Hart received a considerable boost from her collaboration with guitarist Joe Bonamassa, but her 2013 album, Bang Bang Boom Boom, finds the blues-rock belter returning to her comfort zone, working with producer Kevin Shirley and running through a selection of songs that are originals; songs that emphasize Hart's range and power. In some ways, this is the purest record Hart has yet recorded; there is a real sense of what she can sing and how she lays back, waiting for the moment when her wailing would create the strongest disruption. That means Bang Bang Boom Boom feels familiar without being complacent: there is no surprise in style but rather in attack, how Hart waits for the precise moment to unleash her fury. Sometimes, it seems that Hart would be well-served by stretching herself just a bit, but Bang Bang Boom Boom isn't an album that's meant to surprise. It's supposed to hit its mark with precision and minimal flair, and that's exactly what it does. [The American edition contains a bonus track: the stellar live version of "I'd Rather Go Blind," that Hart performed with Jeff Beck at the 2012 Kennedy Center Honors in tribute to Buddy Guy.]
© Stephen Thomas Erlewine /TiVo

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1
Baddest Blues
00:04:48

Beth Hart, Composer, MainArtist

© 2012 Mascot Music Productions and Publishing BV ℗ 2012 Mascot Music Productions and Publishing BV

2
Bang Bang Boom Boom
00:03:37

Rune Westberg, Composer - Beth Hart, Composer, MainArtist

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3
Better Man
00:03:47

Beth Hart, MainArtist

© 2012 Mascot Music Productions and Publishing BV ℗ 2012 Mascot Music Productions and Publishing BV

4
Caught Out In The Rain
00:07:12

James House, Composer - Beth Hart, Composer, MainArtist

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5
Swing My Thing Back Around
00:03:36

Beth Hart, MainArtist

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6
With You Everyday
00:03:04

Beth Hart, MainArtist

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7
Thru The Window Of My Mind
00:04:22

Beth Hart, MainArtist

© 2012 Mascot Music Productions and Publishing BV ℗ 2012 Mascot Music Productions and Publishing BV

8
Spirit Of God
00:04:52

Beth Hart, Composer, MainArtist

© 2012 Mascot Music Productions and Publishing BV ℗ 2012 Mascot Music Productions and Publishing BV

9
There In Your Heart
00:04:31

Beth Hart, MainArtist

© 2012 Mascot Music Productions and Publishing BV ℗ 2012 Mascot Music Productions and Publishing BV

10
The Ugliest House On The Block
00:05:11

Beth Hart, Composer, MainArtist

© 2012 Mascot Music Productions and Publishing BV ℗ 2012 Mascot Music Productions and Publishing BV

11
Everything Must Change
00:03:47

Beth Hart, MainArtist

© 2012 Mascot Music Productions and Publishing BV ℗ 2012 Mascot Music Productions and Publishing BV

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Beth Hart received a considerable boost from her collaboration with guitarist Joe Bonamassa, but her 2013 album, Bang Bang Boom Boom, finds the blues-rock belter returning to her comfort zone, working with producer Kevin Shirley and running through a selection of songs that are originals; songs that emphasize Hart's range and power. In some ways, this is the purest record Hart has yet recorded; there is a real sense of what she can sing and how she lays back, waiting for the moment when her wailing would create the strongest disruption. That means Bang Bang Boom Boom feels familiar without being complacent: there is no surprise in style but rather in attack, how Hart waits for the precise moment to unleash her fury. Sometimes, it seems that Hart would be well-served by stretching herself just a bit, but Bang Bang Boom Boom isn't an album that's meant to surprise. It's supposed to hit its mark with precision and minimal flair, and that's exactly what it does. [The American edition contains a bonus track: the stellar live version of "I'd Rather Go Blind," that Hart performed with Jeff Beck at the 2012 Kennedy Center Honors in tribute to Buddy Guy.]
© Stephen Thomas Erlewine /TiVo

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